Educating Mind & Heart

As part of a 200-year tradition of Sacred Heart education
and a global network in 41 countries and 150 schools,
Stone Ridge makes a consistent commitment to educating
the mind and the heart of our students so that they may
grow in wisdom, faith, and grace and with purpose and integrity.

“Times change, and we must change with them.”
— St. Madeleine Sophie Barat, Foundress of the Society of the Sacred Heart (1800)

Explore what makes Stone Ridge unique.

Little Hearts

Co-ed, Infants through Kindergarten

Nurturing growth for a strong educational foundation.

Lower School

All girls, Grades 1-4

Inspiring a lifelong love of learning and giving.

Middle School

All girls, Grades 5-8

Discovering talents and building confidence.

Upper School

All girls, Grades 9-12

Cultivating an empowered leader.

Uniquely Stone Ridge

News & Events

Gators Beat Blood Cancer

The seventh annual Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) Students of the Year Campaign celebrated a record breaking year, raising over $2,707,533 for the LLS mission, a world without blood cancers. The seven-week competition engaged 35 high school teams including Stone Ridge's own Gators Beat Blood Cancer (GBBC), which raised a total of $197,000 and secured the first runner up spot this year. 

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Heidi Johnson in stream with students

This summer, Mrs. Heidi Johnson, Upper School Science Teacher, will participate in the Summer Symposium from the Global Education Benchmark Group (GEBG) in Panama. The focus of this work will be climate change, conservation, and economic development. This opportunity is supported by the Thomas and Barbara Hoy Fund for Faculty Development.

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Goal Day Speakers

On February 19, 2020 our Grade 6 students participated in an outstanding day of STEAM activities with a dynamic presentation facilitated by Ed Metz, a current Stone Ridge parent. Mr. Metz brought in three outstanding women to talk with the girls about their careers. The guest speakers included Cara Lesser, Founder and Executive Director of KID Museum; Shannon Bishop, Director of Content at PBS KIDS Digital; and Dr. Susan Persky, head of the Immersive Virtual Environment Testing Unit at NIH.

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